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gonzdevour
Posts: 8
Registered: ‎08-15-2012
My Device: Playbook
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Can't build .Bar from zip by Blackberry Graphical Aid

I've tried all I can to build the .bar form my Webwork zip file.

 

1.Ripple 0.9.0.16 can't open (←reinstall it)

2.Ripple 0.9.0.16 can't package anything

3.Ripple Chrome can't open path localhost:9900

4.OMG I Found Blackberry Graphical Aid

 

It seems this Aid will make my life easier, but actually not:

 

 

After tried this, I tried to build .bar from my Android(APK) file, 

still failed. Here are my cofiguration and error message:

 

May I ask some way to make my .bar built correctly?

Graphical Aid way better.

 

Thank you very much, it has taken me 2 whole days.

 

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BertKoor
Posts: 81
Registered: ‎03-09-2012
My Device: PlayBook & Bold 9780
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Re: Can't build .Bar from zip by Blackberry Graphical Aid

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Ignore "input bar folder or file does not exist", you got another clear error message: "ERROR: Android SDK path not set".

Some lines above I see a double backslash in the -cp argument (java classpath) which I cannot explain nor see weather it leads to problems.

 

My advice:

* double & triple check the actual location of your Android SDK (must use the "bin" subfolder?)

* try using pathnames without any embedded spaces, some tools don't parse them well.

* forget Graphical Aid, do it old-fashionned with a .cmd file, or even better: make an ANT task in Eclipse.

 

https://developer.blackberry.com/html5/documentation/compiling_packaging_your_ww_app_1866977_11.html

 

NB: since you're converting an Android app: https://developer.blackberry.com/android/tools/

Neither Ripple nor Graphical Aid are listed there to package the .bar.

Did you try it online or with the Eclipse plugin? Should be easypeasy as well ;-)

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